Assuming parks are able to open.
And assuming they have Hallow Weekends.
I wonder if they may,given everything that has happened
with Covid-19 this year ,tone things down bit ?
Tone what down? The haunt stuff? It's already super tame, so not sure what benefit that would bring. There may be small changes due to staffing or their desire to extend the season or whatever else.
Halloweekends is their busiest time of year, I'm sure they will still keep the event going (if not adding additional days and such) to maximize the end of year cash flow since they will lose most of the early and mid-season, perhaps.
I doubt anyone is going to have a hospital or outbreak themed maze this year.Last edited by Fun, Monday, April 13, 2020 1:09 PM
IF the park is open one change I expect will be to allow guests to wear masks.
Depending on what the social distancing guidelines are in six months the way they do queues and crowd control may change. But if the park is able to open, I can't imagine they wouldn't do the event.
I know the Halloween Horror Nights creative team for Universal Orlando has been active on Twitter that although they are working from home they are still busy planning for HHN 30 this fall.
Universal, much like other parks, are still continuing to plan what was already on the schedule because they just don't know when this is going to be over. Wouldn't make sense to cancel everything now not knowing if it all might be fine in October.
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If any of them are smart, they should be working on their new homeschooling attractions. The horror is real for many. ;-)
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And we are coming up on day 28.
Maybe they'll be closed
Some real insight for that introductory post there.
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